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Issue 036


Welcome to Issue 036.

“The horseless vehicle is the coming wonder … it is only a question of a short time when the carriages and trucks of every large city will be run by motors. The expense of keeping and feeding horses in a great city like New York is very heavy, and all this will be done away with … you must remember that every invention of this kind which is made adds to the general wealth by introducing a new system of a greater economy of force.” – Thomas Edison, 1895

The 21st century’s “coming wonder” is undoubtedly the battery-electric vehicle. EVs have existed since Edison’s time but remained on the very fringes of the automotive industry for various reasons: unproven technologies, uninformed consumers, nonexistent charging infrastructure, and an overly influential oil industry among them. But now we desperately need a sustainable alternative to gas-powered vehicles, and the EV offensive has begun.

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